They sure did tell us, to be "and subject to the jurisdiction, thereof", the US Constitution, one can not be subject to a foreign power.Re: "The above is beyond argument an contestation. Justice ha ha Dale pits himself against the entire complete US constitution and judiciary. "
It is actually worse than that. He pits himself against this statement of principle by our founders: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal."
IF the writers of the US Constitution had meant the US-born children of foreigners to not be equal, or not to be US citizens at birth, or to be a lower category of citizens who are not eligible to become president------they would have told us. And, of course, they didn't.
To be a dual-citizen one must be subject to two foreign powers, self explanatory.